New Lamp

New Lamp is a table lamp based off of SANAA’s New Museum. As the New York Times puts it, “Functional architecture for our night table.”

Construction: Laser cut translucent white acrylic with cool-white fluorescent bulb
Dimensions: H 16″ x W 6.5″ x L 9″

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Translated as “bowl” in Japanese, the Wan delicately holds its light in a beautifully curved shell. Encased in its walls are sand-like iron particles, allowing you to direct the angle of light by simply shifting the weight of the bowl. More lovely than its shape however is its glow, as its thick rim softens the contours of the light to a subtle, diffused hue.

Available in silver or white with a choice of flood or narrow light distribution.

Designer: Naoto Fukasawa

Dimensions: 13″Ø x 8″H


Bulb: max 60W (silver bowl lamp)

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Zig-Zag Loft Floor Lamp

Zig-Zag Loft Floor Lamp – D9406 Jielde

Designed with the ability to twist and turn at the joints without conflict to the wiring, these industrial lamps are not only beautiful but also highly practical. Originally designed in 1950 as the “indestructible” standard for work lamps, Jieldé lamps are now the perfect modern accent for any room. The loft series is Jieldé’s industrial strength line based on the very first lamps ever created. Fully adjustable at each joint. 100 watt max A19 incandescent bulb.

Available in 18 colors

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Artemide Boalum

The seventies cult classic which has entered the worlds art collections. The Boalum light object belongs to Artemides Modern Classic range and can be used as a table, floor or wall luminaire. Its flexible, white plastic tubular structure lets Boalum be wound up or knotted as desired. Up to four individual sections of Boalum can be connected to each other with a total length of 8m. The ends are made of resin. The small torpedo lamps are connected to each other in sequence, each separated by an isolating sphere. The light emission is diffused.

Manufacturer: Artemide
Designer: Frattini Gianfranco, 1970
Measurements: L.max 200 x Ø 6 cm
Weight: 2.60 kg

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Tripod G5 Floor Lamp

When Apollo’s priestess delivered oracles at Delphi, she used a tripod symbolizing the sun. What could be more appropriate than to have a lamp base symbolize light and lightness itself while also providing outstanding stability. The shade is available in orange-red, natural or black. Max 100W E16 bulb, dimmer. A compact fluorescent bulb may also be used.

Designer: Santa & Cole
Design country: Barcelona, Spain
Materials: Metal & Cotton
Dimensions: 70″Ht, Shade ht 12.8″, 24.8″ dia

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